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The Judicialization of Extraterritorial Spying: Gaps and Gap-Fillers in the World of CSIS Foreign Operations

(2014) 61 Criminal Law Quarterly 440

11 Pages Posted: 7 Jan 2015  

Craig Forcese

University of Ottawa - Common Law Section

Date Written: January 6, 2015

Abstract

Written in response to the tabling of Bill C-44 in the Canadian Parliament, this article addresses three issues: judicial oversight of foreign spying conducted by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service; judicial oversight of intelligence sharing between Canadian agencies and international security partners; and review of Canadian security and intelligence agencies. The article raises concerns about the status quo, and proposes reforms.

Keywords: national security, Canada, surveillance, spying, warrants, judicial, review, oversight

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Forcese, Craig, The Judicialization of Extraterritorial Spying: Gaps and Gap-Fillers in the World of CSIS Foreign Operations (January 6, 2015). (2014) 61 Criminal Law Quarterly 440. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2545876

Craig Forcese (Contact Author)

University of Ottawa - Common Law Section ( email )

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Ottawa, K1N 6N5
Canada

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